Center Affiliation and Expertise: Associate Center Member, Pulmonary Toxicology Facility
Dr. Adamcakova-Dodd is a toxicologist in the Pulmonary Toxicology Facility of the EHSRC. She has led or collaborated on toxicity studies of inhaled particulate aerosols, gases or vapors (polychlorinated biphenyl vapors, metal and metal oxide nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes, metal working fluids, endotoxin, inhaled biological agents including pathogenic microorganisms, and aerosols with therapeutic potential). In more recent years, her research has been focused on biological adverse responses to various xenobiotics after inhalation prenatal and postnatal exposures using animal models as well as on understanding cells communications through extracellular vesicles in pulmonary inflammation.
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